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Sweet Releases To Sweeten Up Your Monday

Sweet Releases To Sweeten Up Your Monday

Welcome to Sweet Releases, your daily indulgence of all the latest playlist must-haves– hand picked and ready to enjoy!

Twice a week just wasn’t enough, so our new daily Sweet Releases are sure to have you stanning more artists than you have room on your plate!

So load up on the bonbons and sit back with your noise-canceling headphones. These sweet releases are coming at you hard and fast, and you don’t need any distractions!

The Deadnotes — ‘Courage’

After hearing The Deadnotes latest album Courage, Indie-punk is our new favorite genre! They have a unique sound, and all 10 tracks reflect this. The band is sure to set the stage on fire during their upcoming 2020 tour, and you have got to get tickets!

Set It Off — ‘One Single Second’

‘One Single Second’ is an angry anthem from Set It Off, which is written about singer Cody Carson’s experiences of being cheated on. It’s packed full of powerful, angsty lyrics with a background of guitars and drums, delivering the ultimate diss track. It’s the coming to terms with it but not really knowing if you’re right about it, and if you’ve been in that position, this is the perfect song for you. Scream out that anger and dance along to this song. It might just be the release you needed.

Alec King — ‘Ur a bitch & i hate u cuz u broke my heart’

We love that Alec King gets straight to the point on this heartbreak track. He croons about an ex cheating on him and how upset he is over it. This song is a bop as it is usual for Alec King’s songs. With it’s catchy beats and heavy guitar riffs and this needs to be added to all your playlists immediately.

Tyson Motsenbocker — Someday I’ll Make It All Up To You

Someday I’ll Make It All Up To You is Tyson Motsenbocker’s second album. With songs like ‘Autumn Love’, ‘Last Summer’, and ‘I Miss The Old Days Too’ we could tell this would be a bittersweet time. The guitar and piano give a soothing balm to that ache, and we are here for it. If you adore some music you can slow dance to late at night in your kitchen, this is the album for you.

Vista — ‘The Repair’

Are you ready for your next fix? Well, here it is! Vista brings you along with them on their search for salvation, redemption, and repair. Using a masterful blend of distorted guitar and synths, there’s an array of emotional states. Whether confronting your consequences in ‘Dear John’ or in general marveling at where you are now in ‘Crutches,’ you can find something for you.

Calloway Circus — Entropy

Calloway Circus has finally dropped their debut album, Entropy. The album fully showcases the duo’s talent, and that talent brings the songs to life. With catchy beats and fire riffs, this album is for sure going to open some new doors for this band. Lead singer, Ben McGuiness said, “this album is about personal chaos and how to get through it. I made this for myself, but I hope it helps others get through what they might be dealing with.” We are definitely adding it to our daily playlists!

Boniface — Boniface (Deluxe)

Do you love the 80s? (Well, maybe not the fashion but the sound) If so, then you need to give Boniface a listen. This is the kind of music you might hear in one of the most chill clubs you’ve ever been to. They really know how to create some emotionally unique tracks, from their voice to the lyricism presented in each and every song. The album is absolutely amazing and we look forward to their upcoming tour where we know they are gonna kill it!

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A Hundred Drums — A Hundred Drums

A Hundred Drums offers us up an epic album with their self-titled project. The tribal dubstep effect is most certainly something not heard everyday, and we could definitely get behind this type of music from now on! Not a single song sounds similar; each have their own unique sound, and it’s refreshing to hear something with variety. We totally look forward for what’s to come next!

How’s that for a sugar high? With a list like that, can life get any sweeter? We think not.

So, which of these Sweet Releases are you hyped over right now? Have you found a new fave? Tell all in the comments below or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP!

Need even more Sweet Releases? Just call us the Candy Man.

Featured Image Source: Bilge Zeynep, Words: Emily Defoor, Dakota Ash and Kat Voss

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